Could we get kipkay to join? That would be cool.
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I have a cabin and would like to know if I need a septic tank if I use only a shower and a sink, I looking for a cheaper alternative. My toilet is a composting toilet so it donesn't need water.
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I recently got a P-51D Mustang plane with a 3 foot wingspan. On its maiden voyage I managed to stall right after taking off. Can someone help me. I'm already down 2 propellers and the wings are pretty scratched up. HELP ME
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I have to sharpen my lawnmowers blade but the bolt wont come com i tried vice grips socket wrenches an even trying to get it of with a torch but none work any suggestions
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Anyone know how to go about getting the proper ballast to make it run on 12 volts dc?where i could get one?
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I am wanting to build a spot light using luxeom leds. That would be powered by a 12volt marine battery with a solar charger and a sensor to turn these spot lights on and off. You can go to texasboarhunters .com to see these lights. Can any one help me with this? Thanks djoe56
Topic by djoe56
Hello all! Just joined after hearing great things about i*.com. For a long time I wondered: Can I build my very own velomobile on a cheap? I think this is possible, but how, a bigger question.... I did some research and an average DIY pack costs around €2500, way to expensive for me.. So my question: Is it possible to build an velomobile for 250€ or less? Thanks Thomas
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PCs and Television these days. A quick look at how the Internet is taking over television. By connecting an Internet connected PC to your television, you can download TV shows, movies, etc. (How to connect a TV to a PC) DVI Cable S-Video Cable VGA Cable http://www.howcast.com/videos/185705-How-To-Connect-Your-Laptop-To-Your-Television TV is moving to the Internet, examples.. http://www.hulu.com/search?query=Legend+of+the+Seeker&st;=1 http://www.hulu.com/search?query=The+Big+Bang+Theory&st;=0 http://www.cbs.com/primetime/big_bang_theory/ Web TV Sites (let me know if you know more!) http://abc.go.com/ http://www.cbs.com/video/ http://www.nbc.com/video/ http://video.pbs.org/ http://www.fox.com/fod/ http://www.boxee.tv/ http://www.joost.com/ http://www.spreety.com/default.aspx http://www.epixhd.com/ http://www.ovguide.com/ http://www.crackle.com/ http://www.tvland.com/fullepisodes/leaveittobeaver/ http://www.nytimes.com/2010/03/18/technology/18webtv.html http://tv1.com/ http://www.vimeo.com/ http://www.vevo.com/ http://www.spreety.com/default.aspx http://www.epixhd.com/ http://www.ovguide.com/ http://www.crackle.com/ http://www.tvland.com/fullepisodes/leaveittobeaver/ http://www.nytimes.com/2010/03/18/technology/18webtv.html http://tv1.com/ http://www.vimeo.com/ http://www.vevo.com/ http://www.myfitv.com/ http://www.letmewatchthis.com/ http://www.fancast.com/ http://www.hulu.com/ (Net TV Guides) http://www.zap2it.com/tv/ http://www.casttv.com/ http://www.clicker.com/
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I am trying to replace/fix the battery strips on a Coleman 5329 florescent lantern. Coleman (.com) is out of the original bottom and top replacement parts. Can anyone tell me where I can find battery strips to replace the corroded originals? They are strips with a hole that goes over a stud in the plastic casing. The lantern has a 'U" florescent bulb and uses 8 D cells. I thought some of you might have the answer, or point me in the right direction. Thanks in advance for the help.
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While most of us here at Instructables are recovering from the holidays here in Alameda, one of our coders, Rachel, is off on an insane adventure. She and six others are in a rally race across India in motorized rickshaws. They hit the road on December 31 and will be traveling 2,500 miles over the next couple weeks.To keep us all up to date on her adventures, Rachel has a blog about the event complete with a map to show where they currently are. You should check it out at: www.rickshawrun08.comGo, Rachel!FYI, Rachel's rocking the white hat and jacket in the second picture and is on the right in the third.
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Read this description: So I haven't posted anything in a long while, and, as well as work, one of the this was down to me and a few friends getting together and forming a YouTube channel called "MTNunlimited". It started out when we did drama at school (a subject which we no longer take) we had a tonne of ideas that we never got to use, and so we can now showcase them on the YouTube channel. Recently, our local youth theatre announced it's closure this Easter, and so we've decided to offer some kind of alternative to anyone who wanted to join in with amateur film-making. Our goal is simply to have fun. If you click onto our channel here, you'll see that we still have a long way to go before we're near the same calibre as a lot of current Internet filmmakers. This is why we have turned to the instructables community for support. We have a few ideas, but we would love to hear other people's thoughts on what we could possibly base a new video on. We'd also greatly appreciate any tips or tricks of the trade that we have not yet been enlightened on. Don’t consider this ‘spam’, as that’s very much the opposite of why I made this forum topic. I posted this to hear guidance and advice from people who have a bit more experience than us. Here's a little montage I made of what we do, in the form of a cinematic trailer, enjoy! And once again, thanks for any support offered :) - Lowney
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I read an article on Dave's Garden a year ago on plants with Star Trek names, and I just adore the idea of having a science fiction themed garden. Looking through some more plants, I've come across even more plants that would fit within a sci-fi/outer space theme. Coleus: Darth Vader Saturn Saturn's Rings Solar Flare Solar Shadow Solar Sunrise Vulcan Daylily: Alien Alien Contact Alien Encounter Alien Escape Pod Alien Invader Alien Landing Alien Skin Alien's Eye Android Android Dreams Andromeda Asteroid Astral Voyager Beam Me Up Beam Me Up, Scotty Ben Kirk Big Dipper Black Hole Borg Technology Cloaking Device First Officer's Log Galaxy Quest Klatuu Barata Nictu Life on Bajor Notify Ground Crew Photon Torpedo Romulan Deflector Spock's Ears Vulcan Logic Hosta: Captain Kirk Enterprise Foxfire X Philes (just for fun) Galaxy Galaxy Light Gamma Ray Kiwi Milky Way Little Dipper Lunar Eclipse Lunar Orbit Lunar Sea Outer Space Saturn Starship Striker Super Nova Venus Voyager Vulcan These lists are not complete. I looked through 5,320 daylily names out of 38,449 on Dave's Garden and then filled in with some names from the article, and I'm sure there are more genuses with sci-fi plants. The reason why there are so many hostas, daylilies, and coleuses is because they're relatively easy to hybridize and propagate. I started looking through African violets, but half-way through I was pretty sure I wouldn't find any. I wouldn't be surprised if there were some more in the Liliaceae family such as with tulips, but phew, that's a lot of plants. Looking through some of the names, it would be relatively easy to do a Lord of the Rings or fantasy-themed garden. I even found hostas called "Dot Com" and "Website". Hybridizers certainly get creative when it comes to names. I think I'll send my brother-in-law a hosta called "Twisted Sister". The image is of a basket plant I have. No neat name, but it looks kinda sci-fi in the picture.
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